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Israeli leader urges 'better deal’ with Iran

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JERUSALEM — Israel and the U.S. took steps on Monday to ease tensions between the two allies over an emerging U.S.-led deal with Iran over its suspect nuclear program. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reacted angrily over the weekend as news came out that global powers were close to a deal with Iran. At a meeting with the visiting U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, Netanyahu said Israel “utterly” rejected the deal, which is expected to ...

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